A Leica camera manufactured in 1938 and featuring a rifle butt was exhibited at the WestLicht Photographica Auction house in Vienna, Friday. It is expected to fetch from €300,000-€350,000 ($337,476-$393,722) when it goes on the block later this month. The Leica Telephoto Assembly Rifle, designed for wildlife photography, was only produced in very limited numbers, Peter Coeln from WestLicht Auction explained. Coeln said he thinks there might only be 10 of them in existence. And, having been assembled as a prototype, WestLicht's version is considered even rarer than other editions. The camera has a telephoto lens of 200 millimetres (7.87 inches) and can also be assembled with a 400-mm (15.74-inche) lens. The auction will take place on June 13 in the WestLicht premises in Vienna.
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